Long Lane Theatre Company 
Edinburgh Fringe 2022

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Andrew Loudon (The Actress) & Director of The Giant Killers

Andrew's West End directing credits include Little Women (Duchess), Carrie's War (Apollo) and Cool Hand Luke (Aldwych). Recent acting credits include Pitlochry and The West End production of the Railway Children. TV roles include Peak Practice and Absolutely Fabulous.

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Andrew Pearson-Wright (The Giant Killers & Arty) & Director of The Actress

Andrew’s Theatre credits include national tours of “That’s Love” and Alan Ayckbourn’s “Haunting Julia”. He has appeared in several plays at The Mill at Sonning and in the West End production of The Mousetrap.

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Charlotte Price (The Actress and Arty’s Ani-Magination)

Charlotte trained at ArtsEd and has already built up an impressive list of credits including the National Theatre, Amazon Prime and NBC. Charlotte is also a highly skilled fight performer and professional fight director for True Edge Ltd. Spotlight: 6574-6751-2339 Insta: @Charlotte__Price

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Eve Pearson-Wright (The Actress & The Giant Killers) & Director of Arty’s Ani-Magination

Eve has appeared in numerous plays in the UK and abroad as well as appearing in several feature films in The West End she has appeared in both The Mousetrap (St.Martin’s Theatre) and Aliens Love Underpants (The Dominion).

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Graham Butler (The Giant Killers & Arty’s Ani-Magination)

On stage Graham has played Henry in all three parts of Henry VI at The Globe and played the lead role (Christopher) in The West End production of The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time. On television his best-known work is playing Peter Murray in two seasons of Penny Dreadful.

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Hattie Chapman (The Actress and Arty’s Ani-Magination)

Hattie graduated from Guildford in 2019. She has been in two plays already this year; 'Black or White Coffee' at the The Union Theatre, Southwark and 'We'll be home for Christmas' at the White Bear Theatre, Kennington.

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Matthew Hebden (The Actress, Arty’s Ani-Magination & The Giant Killers)

Matthew trained at RADA, then went on to play Sgt Trotter, the leading role in The Mousetrap, during The West End productions 50th anniversary year. He has also appeared in Spiders Web and Witness for the Prosecution for the Agatha Christie Stage Co.

Set Design Sorcha Corcoran           

Costume Designer Lucy Fowler

Arty Music and Lyrics written by Abigail Carter-Simpson

Arty Music recorded by Ben Cartwright

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The Giant Killers

A Long Lane Theatre Company Production

Written by Andrew Pearson-Wright & Eve Pearson-Wright

Set in the early years of Association Football, The Giant Killers follows a ragtag bunch of Lancashire mill workers who defied all odds to become the first working-class team in the country to play in the FA Cup.

Following a celebrated 5-star debut at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a nationwide tour of the UK, Long Lane Theatre Company are excited to be bringing this sort after play back to Edinburgh for the 2022 festival. 

Read more about the play and see it's previous reviews HERE.

Returning to Edinburgh 2022

Tickets now available

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Arty's Ani-Magination

A Long Lane Theatre Company Production

Written by Eve Pearson-Wright

Music and lyrics by Abigail Carter-Simpson

Directed by Eve Pearson-Wright

Arty is a normal ten year old girl who doesn't like her older sister an longs for a life free from rules. Taking inspiration from her school project on animals she wishes she could be more animal than human, only this wish actually comes true, but it's not just her!!

This family musical is jam packed with monkey business, hyena laughs and toe tapping tunes which are sure to leave you smiling!

On sale now Edinburgh 2022

Tickets available now

 

The Actress

A Long Lane Theatre Company Production

Written and directed by Andrew Pearson-Wright

1660, London England. Charles II has returned to the country to take the throne and immediately reopened the theatres. Speculation is swirling around London that for the first time a woman will be allowed onto the stage. The Kings company invite two very different women, from very different backgrounds to join them, planning to use only one of them for the role of Desdemona in their upcoming production of Othello. Eventually the choice is made - Anne Marshall becomes the first professional actress of the British stage but while her competitor Margaret Hughes rises to fame and fortune Anne becomes a forgotten footnote in History, eventually even having this incredible achievement taken from her and attributed to Margaret. This new play explores why that was and tells the incredible true story of the two woman that would shape the paths of those that would follow them. 

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